l'dor v'dor, ledor vador, ledorvador, l'dor vador
- Literally "from generation to generation"
- "A major component of Judaism is passing traditions l'dor vador to keep them alive."
Languages of Origin
Textual Hebrew, Modern Hebrew
לדור ודור ledor vador - often used to mean 'forever' in Textual Hebrew, e.g. Ps. 146:10.
Who Uses This
Religious: Jews who are engaged in religious observance and have some Jewish education
Organizations: People involved in a professional or volunteer capacity with Jewish nonprofit organizations
Using the phrase in English discourse is more common among non-Orthodox Jews
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